What Are Some Adaptations for Cows?


There are several cow adaptations. One is that they have a stomach that can digest plants that other animals cannot. They also have a herd structure that is important in establishing order during grazing.
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Biting off and chewing plants.
Small stumpy flippers near the front of the body were
Their teeth and tongue allow to collect then pull grass into their mouth. THeir molars grind the grass. Their ruminant stomach system allows bacteria to break down the plant matter
yes, people do it all the time. one hint, don't put manure in the pots when you are first starting the plants, the high acid content can kill them, I made that mistake once. also,
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Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Artiodactyla Family: Bovidae Genus: Bos Species: Bos taurus
Like most domestic animals, Bos taurus, the domestic cow, is currently found throughout much of the world. The wild ancestors of cows were native to northern Africa, Europe, and southern Asia. Domestic cows are large, sturdy... More »
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